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[texts]Evaluation of selected acoustic parameters for use in speaker identification. - Doherty, Edward Thomas, 1936-
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Keywords: Auditory perception
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[texts]Effects of intense noise on the fetal sheep auditory mechanism as assessed by auditory brainstem response and cochlear histology - Pierson, Linda Louise
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Keywords: Ewes; Auditory perception
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[texts]Electrophysiological study of binaural interaction in the chinchilla auditory cortex. - Benson, Dennis Alan, 1944-
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Keywords: Auditory perception; Chinchillas
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[texts]Organization of the government of Alberta - Scott, Dorothy, 1921-
On cover: For hearing impaired teenagers and adults
Keywords: Deaf; Deaf; Auditory perception
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[texts]Organization of the government of Alberta - Scott, Dorothy, 1921-
On cover: For hearing impaired teenagers and adults
Keywords: Deaf; Deaf; Auditory perception
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[texts]Die Lehre von der Tonempfndungen als physiologische grundlage fur die Theorie der Musik - Helmholtz, Hermann von, 1821-1894
This material has been provided by UCL Library Services. The original may be consulted at UCL (University College London)
Keywords: Auditory Perception; Ear; Music
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[texts]Speaker identification as a function of fundamental frequency and resonant frequencies - Iles, Mallory Wallace, 1946-
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Keywords: Speech perception; Auditory perception
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[texts]Discrimination of changes in complex auditory stimuli - Raney, Jill Johnson
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Keywords: Auditory perception; Psychoacoustics
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[texts]Organization of the government of Alberta - Scott, Dorothy, 1921-
On cover: For hearing impaired teenagers and adults
Keywords: Deaf; Deaf; Auditory perception
Downloads: 44
[texts]Lowering of perceptual thresholds as a function of auditory learning - Weissman, Stuart Leonard.
This volume was digitized and made accessible online due to deterioration of the original print copy.
Keywords: Auditory perception; Learning, Psychology of
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[texts]Behavioral and heart rate responses of four-, five-, and six-week-old infants to varying auditory stimuli - Caranasos, Constance
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Keywords: Auditory perception; Heart beat; Infants
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[texts]Changes in the peripheral division of the auditory analyzer in acute radiation sickness - Kozlov, M. YA
Changes in peripheral division of auditory analyzer in acute radiation sickness
Keywords: AUDITORY PERCEPTION; BIOELECTRICITY; COCHLEA; GUINEA PIGS; RADIATION SICKNESS; AUDITORY PERCEPTION; RADIATION SICKNESS
Downloads: 71
[texts]Our projection of a sound source in space [microform] - Stirling, J. W. (John William), b. 1859
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Keywords: Sound, Localization of; Hearing; Auditory perception; Son; Ouïe; Perception auditive
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[texts]Multilayer Volume Holographic Optical Memory - Markov, Vladimir
We demonstrate a scheme for volume holographic storage based on the features of shift selectivity of a speckle reference wave hologram. The proposed recording method allows more efficient use of the recording medium and increases the storage density in comparison with spherical or plane-wave reference beams. Experimental results of multiple hologram storage and replay in a photorefractive crystal of iron-doped lithium niobate are presented...
Keywords: PSYCHOACOUSTICS; REVERBERATION; AUDITORY PERCEPTION; HEARING; THRESHOLDS (PERCEPTION); ROOMS
Downloads: 64
[texts]Forward masking of auditory nerve (N1) and brainstem responses (Wave V) in humans - Kramer, Steven John
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Keywords: Auditory perception; Brain stem; Acoustic nerve; Auditory evoked response
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[texts]Effects of time delay in the visual feedback loop of a man-machine system - LESLIE M. J
Effects of time delay in visual feedback loop of man-machine system
Keywords: AUDITORY PERCEPTION; MAN-MACHINE SYSTEM; SENSORY FEEDBACK; TIME DELAY; FEEDBACK; FEEDBACK CONTROL; MAN MACHINE SYSTEMS; SENSORY FEEDBACK; TIME DEPENDENCE; TIME LAG; AUDITORY PERCEPTION; FEEDBACK CONTROL SYSTEM
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[texts]ERIC ED335146: Application of an Observer-Based Procedure to the Assessment of Auditory Sensitivity in 1-Month-Old Infants. - ERIC
This study examined changes in infants' performance in detecting tones as a funtion of time. Stimuli were presented in blocks of fixed frequency and intensity, rather than in random order. The findings of earlier studies that an observer can reliably tell from a 1-month-old's behavior when a pure tone is being presented, and that reinforcement of infant responses to tones improves the observer's performance, were replicated...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Auditory Perception; Auditory Stimuli; Hearing (Physiology); Infant Behavior; Neonates; Observation
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[texts]ERIC ED307989: Pulsation Threshold Tuning Curves in 3- and 6-Month-Old Human Infants. - ERIC
Pulsation threshold (PT) masking was used to assess frequency resolution among infants 3 and 6 months of age and adults. The masker intensity at which the pulsing probe becomes indistinguishable from a physically continuous probe is the PT. A measure of frequency resolution can be obtained by examining the effects of masker frequency on the PT. In the PT masking technique, two tone bursts were presented in alternation...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Age Differences; Auditory Perception; Auditory Stimuli; Child Development; Infants
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[texts]ERIC ED286605: Children's Perception of Musical Sequences. - ERIC
Toddlers (2 to 3 years) and preschool children (5 to 6 years) were repeatedly presented with a six-tone melody, then tested for their discrimination of a variety of pattern features, including the specific component frequencies, successive intervals, and general melodic contour. To manipulate the information-processing demands of the task, the presentation rate was varied among children. It was found that at the slowest rate, toddlers discriminated changes in specific component frequencies only,...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Age Differences; Auditory Perception; Cognitive Ability; Foreign Countries; Music; Preschool Children; Preschool Education; Toddlers
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[texts]ERIC ED197614: The Acquisition of Person Markers in Quiche Mayan. Papers and Reports on Child Language Development, Number 19. - ERIC
The speech of three Quiche Mayan children aged 2;1, 2;9, and 3;0 was monitored for the acquisition of the distinction between ergative and absolutive person markers. The children were found not to confuse markers, but to use either the appropriate one or none at all. The one exception to this rule, when analyzed, indicates that children grasp the distinction between person markers before they produce them in their own speech...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Auditory Perception; Child Language; Language Acquisition; Language Research; Mayan Languages; Preschool Children; Psycholinguistics; Quiche
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[texts]ERIC ED262538: Auditory Memory Difficulties and Down Syndrome. - ERIC
The study attempted to determine whether the failure of Down Syndrome (DS) individuals to show the modality effect (the tendency to show better short-term memory for brief sequences of auditory rather than visual information) is due to the verbal-expressive demands of oral responding in memory tasks. DS, nonretarded (NR) and MR (non-DS mentally retarded) Ss (N=33) listened to or looked at increasingly-long sequences of single digits and attempted to recall them either orally or manually...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Auditory Perception; Down Syndrome; Learning Modalities; Memory; Recall (Psychology); Short Term Memory
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[texts]ERIC ED322773: On the Limits of Auditory Transcription: A Sociophonetic Approach. - ERIC
A study examined what trained phoneticians do when they are presented with a transcription task to carry out without any knowledge of the dialect they are listening to and without any explicit phonological theory as a point of departure. The "best" tokens of three categories of potential assimilation (full, partial, and zero alveolar) were drawn from electropalatograms and recordings of sentences and recordings made by a linguistically naive speaker...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Auditory Perception; Dialect Studies; Language Research; Linguistic Theory; Phonetics; Sociolinguistics
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[texts]EFFECTS OF NEW APPROACH PROCEDURES ON COCKPIT DESIGN AND CHANCES FOR REALIZATION - HAEUSE
DESIGN OF THE COCKPIT AS THE WORKING PLACE FOR THE CREW AND THE INTERFACE BETWEEN MAN AND MACHINE FOR AIRCRAFT GUIDANCE IS A TASK OF GREAT COMPLEXITY WHICH CAN BE STRUCTURED AND BETTER MASTERED THROUGH THE METHODOLOGY OF SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT. AFTER DEFINING THE TASK OF COCKPIT DESIGN, NECESSITIES ARE SPECIFIED AND THE CHANCES OF USING THESE SPECIFIED VALUES IN PRACTICE IN ALL PHASES OF DEVELOPMENT ARE INDICATED...
Keywords: AMPLITUDE MODULATION; AUDITORY PERCEPTION; FREQUENCY MODULATION; PITCH; AUDIO FREQUENCIES; FREQUENCY RESPONSE; SOUND INTENSITY; THRESHOLDS (PERCEPTION)
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[texts]ERIC ED319090: Contributions of Fundamental Frequency, Formant Spacing, and Glottal Waveform to Talker Identification. Research on Speech Perception. Technical Report No. 5. - ERIC
This study investigated the contributions of fundamental frequency, formant spacing, and glottal waveform to talker identification. The first two experiments focused on the effect of glottal waveform in the perception of talker identity. Subjects in the first experiment, 30 undergraduate students enrolled in an introductory psychology course, indicated whether stimuli were produced by a male or female...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Auditory Perception; Communication Research; Cues; Language Research; Sex Differences; Speech
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[texts]ERIC ED307986: Pure-Tone Sensitivity of 2- to 4-Week-Old Infants. - ERIC
A forced-choice observer-based testing procedure was used to determine pure-tone hearing thresholds for 2- to 4-week-old infants. Stimuli were 500-ms tone bursts of 500, 1,000, or 4,000 Hz with 500-ms intervals between tone bursts. Stimuli were presented monaurally by means of an insert earphone. Each 15-s trial consisted of 5 tone bursts, followed by a 5-s silent interval, followed by a 5-s test trial...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Age Differences; Auditory Perception; Auditory Stimuli; Behavioral Science Research; Child Development; Neonates
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[texts]ANTENNA CHARACTERISTICS OF HETERODYNE RECEIVERS OF CO2 LASER EMITTERS - DUSHKOV, I. I.
AN EXPERIMENTAL SETUP FOR MEASUREMENT OF ANTENNA CHARACTERISTICS OF A HETERODYNE RECEIVER OF CO2 LASER EMITTERS AND ITS OPERATION ARE DESCRIBED AND ILLUSTRATED. A 6.6 W LG-17 CO2 LASER, WITH A 0.005 RAD DIVERGENCE, WAS THE RADIATION SOURCE, THE DOPPLER FREQUENCY SHIFT DEVICE PROVIDED A FREQUENCY SHIFT OF 20 MHZ, AND GE-AU AND GE-ZN-SB PHOTORESISTORS, WITH 2 X 2 MM DETECTION AREA, AT A TEMPERATURE OF 78 K, WAS USED...
Keywords: AUDITORY PERCEPTION; DRUGS; FREQUENCY RESPONSE; HUMAN REACTIONS; AMPHETAMINES; BIOACOUSTICS; CAFFEINE; DOGS; THRESHOLDS (PERCEPTION)
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[texts]ERIC ED222932: Theory and Research on the Perception of Television Pictures. - ERIC
The viewer's perception of television pictures is different from the perception of pictures generated by other visual media. The research findings on the subject reveal that there are four major areas under which the study of television picture perception can be grouped. The "light through" as opposed to the "light on" theory suggests that structuring the television pictures as information itself, as light that reveals internal reality, will improve their aesthetic quality...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Auditory Perception; Cerebral Dominance; Research Needs; Television Research; Television Viewing; Theories; Visual Perception
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[texts]ERIC ED248978: The Development of Music Syntax: Some Observations of Music Babble in Young Children. - ERIC
Using the analogy of language syntax, this paper describes the development of music syntax in children ages 5 months to 5 years. It is suggested that music syntax enables the child to comprehend familiar and unfamiliar music and to reproduce familiar music and create novel music. Observations were made in a day care center and a nursery school of 150 children who were provided with informal music activities...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Auditory Perception; Concept Formation; Infants; Music; Music Education; Preschool Children; Preschool Education; Singing
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[texts]ERIC ED204001: Infants' Use of Sound in Search for Mother During Brief Separation. - ERIC
Infants' use of auditory information in guiding their search behavior is examined in this study. The subjects were two groups of 9-month-old crawling infants. Group 1 consisted of 24 infants and Group 2 of 16 infants. The auditory stimuli was the mother's voice. Infants in both groups were initially positioned by their mothers behind a screen in a room with two doorways. Once the mothers had surreptitiously left the room, the infants were lured out from behind the screen by two toys placed in th...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Auditory Perception; Auditory Stimuli; Infant Behavior; Sensory Experience; Spatial Ability
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[texts]ERIC ED321318: Status Report on Speech Research, July-December 1989. - ERIC
One of a series of semiannual reports, this publication contains 12 articles which report the status and progress of studies on the nature of speech, instrumentation for its investigation, and practical applications. The titles of the articles and their authors are as follows: "Coarticulatory Organization for Lip-rounding in Turkish and English" (Suzanne E. Boyce); "Long Range Coarticulatory Effects for Tongue Dorsum Contact in VCVCV Sequences" (Daniel Recasens); "A Dynamical Approach to Gestura...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Auditory Perception; Communication Research; Language Processing; Language Research; Orthographic Symbols; Phonology; Reading; Speech; Speech Communication
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[texts]ERIC ED193620: Orthographic and Phonological Activation in Auditory and Visual Word Recognition. Technical Report No. 178. - ERIC
A discrete color naming paradigm was used in two experiments examining activation along orthographic and phonological dimensions in visual and auditory word recognition. Subjects were 80 college students who were presented with a prime word, either auditorally or visually, followed 200 milliseconds later by a target word printed in a color. The orthographic and phonological similarity of prime-target pairs varied...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Auditory Perception; College Students; Decoding (Reading); Reaction Time; Reading Processes; Reading Research; Verbal Stimuli; Visual Perception; Word Recognition
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[texts]Automated pilot advisory system test and evaluation at Manassas Municipal Airport - Parks, J. L., Jr
In cooperation with the Federal Aviation Administration, NASA developed an experimental automated pilot advisory system (APAS) to provide airport and air traffic advisories at high density uncontrolled airports. The APAS concept is to utilize low cost automated systems to provide the necessary information for pilots to more safely plan and execute approach and landing at uncontrolled high density airports...
Keywords: ANTIINFECTIVES AND ANTIBACTERIALS; MEDICAL SCIENCE; TOXICITY; DRUGS; EAR; OTOLOGY; PHARMACOLOGY; TOXIC HAZARDS; AUDITORY PERCEPTION; CHEMICAL PROPERTIES; CHEMOTHERAPY
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[texts]ERIC ED268524: The Pursuit of Sound: Aural Media, Perception, and the Composer in the Early Twentieth Century. - ERIC
From the close of the nineteenth century and into the early part of the twentieth century, three aural technologies--the telephone, the phonograph, and the radio--were rapidly disseminated throughout the United States. These technologies brought to the population more aural information than it had ever experienced and created a new environment of structured and meaningful sound. This environment led to a change in perception of sound by those most sensitive to cultural shifts in aural phenomena:...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Audiodisks; Auditory Perception; Communication Research; Intellectual History; Mass Media; Modern History; Music; Musical Composition; Radio; Technological Advancement
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[texts]ERIC ED318054: Research on Speech Perception. Progress Report No. 8, January 1982-December 1982. - ERIC
Summarizing research activities from January 1982 to December 1982, this is the eighth annual report of research on speech perception, analysis and synthesis conducted in the Speech Research Laboratory of the Department of Psychology at Indiana University. The report includes extended manuscripts, short reports, progress reports, and information on instrumentation developments and software support...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acoustic Phonetics; Auditory Discrimination; Auditory Perception; Communication Research; Computer Software Development; Infants; Language Processing; Language Research; Linguistics; Speech
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[texts]ERIC ED353610: Neighborhoods of Words in the Mental Lexicon. Research on Speech Perception. Technical Report No. 6. - ERIC
A study employed computational and experimental methods to address a number of issues related to the representation and structural organization of spoken words in the mental lexicon. Using a computerized lexicon consisting of phonetic transcriptions of 20,000 words, "similarity neighborhoods" for each of the transcriptions were computed. Among the variables of interest in the computation of the similarity neighborhoods were: (1) the number of words occurring in a neighborhood; (2) the degree of ...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acoustic Phonetics; Auditory Perception; Higher Education; Language Processing; Language Research; Models; Speech Communication; Word Recognition
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[texts]ERIC ED318074: Research on Speech Perception. Progress Report No. 15. - ERIC
Summarizing research activities in 1989, this is the fifteenth annual report of research on speech perception, analysis, synthesis, and recognition conducted in the Speech Research Laboratory of the Department of Psychology at Indiana University. The report contains the following 21 articles: "Perceptual Learning of Nonnative Speech Contrasts: Implications for Theories of Speech Perception" (D. B. Pisoni and others); "Modes of Processing Speech and Nonspeech Signals" (D...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acoustic Phonetics; Auditory Discrimination; Auditory Perception; Communication Research; Infants; Language Processing; Language Research; Linguistics; Speech; Speech Synthesizers
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[texts]Apparatus and method for explosive bonding to edge of flyer plate - NON
The invention is an apparatus and a process for the explosive joining of a flyer plate and a base plate. The apparatus consists of a flyer plate positioned over a base plate. The flyer plate has a notch containing a filler material in intimate contact with the flyer plate. An adhesive means holds a ribbon explosive partially overlapping the notch in the flyer plate. A detonating means initiates the ribbon explosive that drives the flyer plate to accomplish a high velocity, angular collision betw...
Keywords: AUDITORY PERCEPTION; DISPLAY DEVICES; HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERFACE; VIRTUAL MEMORY SYSTEMS; AUDIO EQUIPMENT; PSYCHOACOUSTICS; PSYCHOPHYSICS; REAL TIME OPERATION; REMOTE SENSING
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[texts]A Revolute Joint With Linear Load-Displacement Response for Precision Deployable Structures - Lake, Mark S.
NASA Langley Research center is developing key structures and mechanisms technologies for micron-accuracy, in-space deployment of future space instruments. Achieving micron-accuracy deployment requires significant advancements in deployment mechanism design such as the revolute joint presented herein. The joint presented herein exhibits a load-cycling response that is essentially linear with less than two percent hysteresis, and the joint rotates with less than one in.-oz...
Keywords: AUDITORY PERCEPTION; AUDIOMETRY; LINEAR TRANSFORMATIONS; SOUND FIELDS; SOUND WAVES; ACOUSTICS; NOISE (SOUND); AUDITORY STIMULI; SPATIAL RESOLUTION; SOUND LOCALIZATION; WAVEFORMS
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[texts]ERIC ED258312: Speech Perception, Word Recognition and the Structure of the Lexicon. Research on Speech Perception Progress Report No. 10. - ERIC
The results of three projects concerned with auditory word recognition and the structure of the lexicon are reported in this paper. The first project described was designed to test experimentally several specific predictions derived from MACS, a simulation model of the Cohort Theory of word recognition. The second project description provides the results of analyses of the structure and distribution of words in the lexicon using a large lexical database...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Auditory Perception; Communication Research; Dictionaries; Learning Theories; Listening Comprehension; Models; Phonemes; Simulation; Speech Communication; Word Recognition
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[texts]Computational analysis of forebody tangential slot blowing - Gee, Ken
An overview of the computational effort to analyze forebody tangential slot blowing is presented. Tangential slot blowing generates side force and yawing moment which may be used to control an aircraft flying at high-angle-of-attack. Two different geometries are used in the analysis: (1) The High Alpha Research Vehicle; and (2) a generic chined forebody. Computations using the isolated F/A-18 forebody are obtained at full-scale wind tunnel test conditions for direct comparison with available exp...
Keywords: AUDITORY PERCEPTION; BINAURAL HEARING; ENVIRONMENT SIMULATION; SOUND FIELDS; VIRTUAL REALITY; ACOUSTICS; COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN; LINEAR SYSTEMS; SOUND PROPAGATION
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[texts]ERIC ED215506: WISC-R Scatter and Patterns in Three Types of Learning Disabled Children. - ERIC
Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised (WISC-R) subtest scatter and Bannatyne recategorization scores were investigated with three types of learning disabilities in children 6 to 16 years old: visual-motor and visual-perceptual disability (N=66); auditory-perceptual and receptive language deficit (N=18); and memory deficit (N=12). Three indices of test scatter were computed for each S (verbal range, performance range, and total range), and four additional WISC-R measures were analyzed:...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Auditory Perception; Elementary Secondary Education; Learning Disabilities; Memory; Perceptual Handicaps; Profiles; Receptive Language; Scores; Testing; Visual Perception
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[texts]ERIC ED226586: A Comparison of Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Models of Reading in a Second Language. - ERIC
Nineteenth- and twentieth-century models of first and second language reading are examined and compared. Figures are provided of six models that propose relationships among visual input and processes, auditory input, phonological processes, and comprehension. These models illustrate the processes that may be operating in persons who achieve their initial literacy in a second language and in those who learn to read in a second language after becoming literate in their native language...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Auditory Perception; Comparative Analysis; Literacy; Models; Reading Comprehension; Reading Processes; Second Language Learning; Visual Perception
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[texts]ERIC ED318058: Research on Speech Perception. Progress Report No. 14. - ERIC
Summarizing research activities in 1988, this is the fourteenth annual report of research on speech perception, analysis, synthesis, and recognition conducted in the Speech Research Laboratory of the Department of Psychology at Indiana University. The report includes extended manuscripts, short reports, and progress reports. The report contains the following 15 articles: "Retroactive Influence of Syllable Neighborhoods" (J...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Acoustic Phonetics; Auditory Discrimination; Auditory Perception; Communication Research; Computer Software Development; Infants; Language Processing; Language Research; Linguistics; Speech; Speech Synthesizers
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[texts]ERIC ED321240: The Interrelationship of Phonemic Segmentation, Auditory Abstraction, and Word Recognition. - ERIC
A study examined the construct and predictive validity of phonemic awareness to determine the strength of the relationship between phonemic segmentation and auditory abstraction and to determine which of the two measures provided the best prediction of word recognition ability. Data were gathered from 65 first-grade children from 2 public elementary schools from lower to middle socioeconomic levels in 2 southern California school districts...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Auditory Perception; Grade 1; Listening Comprehension; Multiple Regression Analysis; Phonemic Awareness; Phonics; Primary Education; Reading Research; Reading Skills; Word Recognition
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[texts]ERIC ED385095: Academic Interventions for Children with Dyslexia Who Have Phonological Core Deficits. ERIC Digest E539. - ERIC
This digest presents basic information for those providing educational services to children with dyslexia who have phonological core deficits. First it provides a brief overview, noting the incidence of dyslexia and the large number of these children with phonological deficits which result in far less academic progress than experienced by other children with learning disabilities. A definition of phonological core deficits notes the major components of phonemic awareness, sound-symbol relations,...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Auditory Perception; Auditory Training; Definitions; Disability Identification; Dyslexia; Elementary Secondary Education; Incidence; Intervention; Learning Strategies; Metacognition; Perceptual Impairments; Phonics; Phonology; Remedial Instruction; Remedial Reading
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[texts]ERIC ED355711: Early Interaction Patterns and Later Communicative Performance of Deaf Infants. - ERIC
This study investigated associations between infants' prelinguistic communicative behaviors at 9 months and their communication and language performance at 12 and 18 months. The inclusion of both hearing (N=19) and deaf (N=16) infants in the study allowed identification of effects related to the receptive communication modality (vision versus audition) available to the infants. Findings indicated that, for both deaf and hearing infants, characteristics of interactive behaviors at 9 months (inclu...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Auditory Perception; Communication Skills; Deafness; Early Experience; Infants; Interaction; Interaction Process Analysis; Intermode Differences; Interpersonal Communication; Language Acquisition; Language Skills; Learning Modalities; Performance Factors; Visual Perception
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[texts]ERIC ED288371: Phonological Perception of Early Words. - ERIC
A study consisting of two experiments attempted to further adapt the visual preference procedure for determining children's meaningful phonological perception. In the first experiment, 1-year-olds were presented with auditory stimuli (words) and screens containing paired color photographs of the object described by each word and of an unusual object for which the child had no label. Six different acoustic forms were created for each word: the citation form; the word with unreleased final consona...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Attention Span; Auditory Perception; Child Language; Comparative Analysis; Consonants; Infants; Language Acquisition; Linguistic Theory; Phonology; Visual Perception; Visual Stimuli; Vowels; Word Recognition
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[texts]ERIC ED321317: Status Report on Speech Research, January-June 1989. - ERIC
One of a series of semiannual reports, this publication contains 14 articles which report the status and progress of studies on the nature of speech, instrumentation for its investigation, and practical applications. The titles of the articles and their authors are as follows: "Gestural Structure and Phonological Patterns" (Catherine P. Browman and Louis Goldstein); "The Cricothyroid Muscle in Voicing Control" (Anders Lofqvist and others); "Growth of Surface Waves with Application to the Mucosal...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Auditory Perception; Communication Research; Dyslexia; Language Processing; Language Research; Music Theory; Phonetics; Reading Comprehension; Reading Difficulties; Speech; Speech Communication
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[texts]Prediction and decision making in manual control - Cohen, H. S.
Human decision making model, and applicability to signal detection cases
Keywords: AUDITORY PERCEPTION; HUMAN TOLERANCES; NOISE SPECTRA; DC 8 AIRCRAFT; JET AIRCRAFT NOISE; NACELLES; PSYCHOACOUSTICS; ACOUSTIC DUCTS; ANECHOIC CHAMBERS; AUDITORY STIMULI; CONFERENCES
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[texts]ERIC ED287601: Some Indicators of Literacy Development in Prekindergarten: A Research Report. - ERIC
During a 5-month period, an attempt was made to describe the literacy concepts of 12 children 5 years of age who attended a prekindergarten program rich in oral language experiences. Assessments were made in the classroom of the children's concepts of print, phoneme awareness, logo recognition, reading, and writing, through use of (1) the Metropolitan Readiness Tests, Early School Inventory: Preliteracy; (2) Hagtvet's Phoneme Awareness test; (3) Nurss' Logo Recognition task, (4) Hagtvet's Readin...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Auditory Perception; Basic Skills; Classroom Research; Concept Formation; Literacy; Literacy Education; Oral Language; Preschool Children; Preschool Education; Visual Learning
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